We just added native support to Intelligence X for the following data formats:
Native support means end-to-end support. This ranges from indexing and crawling files of various data sources, to processing them internally and presenting them to the end-user on the frontend intelx.io. Indexing is the process of taking a file, reading it, and extracting any text thus making it searchable.
intelx.io shows text preview in the results and supports inline view. This means that it immediately shows the text of a document in a detailed view (when you click on a result) without forcing the user to leave the website or download the file locally.
Inline view of office documents is a convenient feature, but also has an important security aspect: if the end-user downloads and opens unknown office documents (especially from the darknet), there is a risk of malicious embedded VBA macros and other exploits.
Intelligence X now natively supports all major office formats: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF.
Before, a PowerPoint file was displayed in the detailed view as “data salad” 🥗:
Now, you can see the text of the presentation (both in the preview and detailed view):
August 2020: Latest News & Statistics Public API keys are retired We have retired public API keys. All 3rd party tools and integrations must use per-user API keys. Note: This also affects SpiderFoot users. We have updated our SDK to reflect that change. You can find your personal API key here: https://intelx.io/account?tab=developer In related news,
At Intelligence X, we value quality over quantity. Our goal is continuous improvement, sustainability, and stability. As we cross the mark of 25 billion records with 100+ TB of storage, it is time to set sail for 100 billion records. Counting records A single record is an extracted selector (search term) like “test.com”. A search
August 2020: Recap of 3rd-party OSINT tools and integrations We are listing all approved 3rd-party integrations here: https://intelx.io/integrations h8mail: “an email OSINT and breach hunting tool using different breach and reconnaissance services” Maltego Transform subfinder: “subdomain discovery tool that discovers valid subdomains for websites by using passive online sources” theHarvester: “The tool gathers emails, names,